Thessaloniki Flights GuideThessaloniki is Greece's second largest city holding a calm atmosphere and rich culture. Wander through Ano Poli, one of Thessaloniki's few areas undestroyed by the great fire in 1917, to get a great view of the city while Ladadika has a vibrant nightlife. The Aristotelous Square sitting on the waterfront is great relaxing in beautiful surroundings. The Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki has fascinating stories of Greek history.
Daily flights are available from Thessaloniki to Athens as well as Crete, Rhodes and Mykonos in the summer months. Overnight trains are available from Thessaloniki to Athens while busses are also available to Athens in about 6 hours from Thessaloniki and other routes to Belgrade and Sofia.
Thessaloniki has a humid subtropical climate with an average temperature of 16 degrees celsius. Winters are mostly dry while summers are hot and humid. Spring and autumn are great times to travel to Thessaloniki as temperatures are much milder than the humid summer months and rainy winters. The months of November through March brings the brunt of the rainy season but temperatures are still pleasant making it easy to travel around the area if you are prepared.
Fly to Thessaloniki from these popular routes with great prices.
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